A friend is building a new house in southern Oklahoma. It's A metal building with interior wood framing. When they were in the planning phase late last summer, the interior framing package was $8,000. Fast forward to this spring, the same interior framing package is $32,000!!!
Wood has went down a little here. Minimum Wage going up to $15 in some areas everything else going to go up. Have ya'll noticed cost of food going up?
Where are these stimulus checks coming from? Doesn't anybody want to know? So are they printing money, borrow it from China, or borrowing it from somewhere to than jack up all the prices to get it back or what's really going on? Ya'll all know nothings for free.
Timber prices, at least soft wood, are at near all time lows. Apparently there is a huge excess of timber, not enough through put at the mills. Honestly the whole thing stinks like the cattle industry.